Guilt Eradication – A Poem by Loretta Diane Walker

Guilt Eradication You can smell the past –Zahi Hawass– It’s hard to live under layers of guilt— thick as scents of cinnamon and garlic. I inhale and exhale my mistakes as though they ar…

Source: Guilt Eradication – A Poem by Loretta Diane Walker

So– I know this poet– a brilliant, powerful, lovely woman– so talented and incredibly modest… So many of us can relate to this poem, and it is a reminder of the importance of how we decide to view the world… which lens… one that is constructive and loving or one that is destructive. It is a small but significant power we hold…

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Suzanne Dudley

Writer, Coach, Actor... mom, and wrangler of many dogs. Pugslie, is but one of a small herd.

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